Disclaimer: Flashing a firmware is not without risks. If you don’t do it properly, you might render your phone inoperable. If you decide to proceed we won’t be liable to whatever might get wrong (neither we could provide technical support).
What do you need to flash your Samsung Galaxy Ace GT-S5830I?
- A Computer with Windows Operating System.
- USB Cable for Galaxy Ace.
- Odin Multi Downloader. Odin for GT-S5830+OPS.zip (Dev-Host, 462 KB)
- Cooper.ops file for Odin
- Stock Firmware for your region. (Don’t miss understand with GT-S5830i model, Our device is GT-S5830)
- Firmware archive for GT-S5830
- Samsung Drivers for PC. Setup for Compiled Driver Disk (Samsung).exe (Dev-Host, 12.5 MB)
- Make sure you’ve fully charged your phone battery. ALWAYS flash your phone with battery inserted.
- Install a Samsung driver
- Do not turnoff / Remove USB Cable while flashing.
- Flash Correct Firmware File; otherwise your device may become HARD BRICK means DEAD!
- Read Flashing Instructions Carefully.
STEP 1: Download, Install and Run ODIN.
Step 2: Boot your Device into Download Mode
Follow these steps to enter Download Mode/Odin Mode
- Power off your device
- Press and hold Volume Down key, Home Key and Power Key
- When your device vibrates, release Power key while keep holding the Volume Down key and Home key until you see this picture
Then Press the [Volume Up] button to continue and you will see a download mode screen on your device
Step 3: Connect your Samsung device to the computer via the USB data cable
Device is connected to Odin.
Step 4: Load the Firmware into Odin
Now at the Files [Download] section, press on each button and add the following files accordingly:
Step 5: Install the Firmware into your Device
Simply click that Odin’s “START” button to begin flashing. Wait and watch the progress bar as it will show you the exact time how it completes the flashing and it takes a couple of minutes before the flashing finishes, you have a time to relax for a while.
WARNING DO NOT REMOVE OR OPERATE ON YOUR DEVICE UNTIL FINISHED OR FAILED IS SHOWED ON ODIN.
Step 6: Wait until the Restoration Process completes!
When original firmware installation successfully completed, you’ll noticed that Odin displays a word “PASS” in Green or blue. This means the operation was a success. Then reboot your phone and you are done.
Flash Samsung Ace GT-S5830i done
If the flash does not complete successfully, there are two possible outcomes:
- A “soft-brick” occurs when there is a failure in the USB connection. In most cases, flashing the firmware again fixes the problem.
- A “hard-brick” occurs when the wrong firmware is used to flash the device. The problem usually involves the bootloaders. A “hard-brick” may require returning the device to Samsung for repair.
- When the device fails to connect to a cellular network, it is an indication that the firmware did not match the communication protocols used by the cellular network to which it is connected. You need to go back and choose the correct firmware.